Veteran entertainment attorney Allen H. Arrow announced Friday that he has ended his partnership with West Coast attorneys Jerry Edelstein and Peter Laird to join forces with longstanding…
The ax fell Friday at Gotham's high-profile indie WWOR-TV for the second time in 16 months, with the station eliminating 41 jobs.
Lawrence Safir has joined the ranks of salaried representatives of the American Film Marketing Assn. as chairman of AFMA-Europe.
India finds links between pic biz and Muslim terrorists, and "The Jungle Book" looks like Disney's most successful animated reissue. For these stories and other international news, see Overseas…
German pubcaster ARD expects losses exceeding one billion marks ($ 625 million) by 1996 and expects to have to borrow more than $ 1 billion to cover deficits.
Variety and Daily Variety will host a Media Pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival.
The Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency late last week granted $ 1.1 million under its disappearing loan program to eight entertainment-related companies that are either moving to or…
Last week…$ 74,800,000 1992…$ 93,200,000 1991…$ 69,700,000 Year to date…$ 1,216,500,000 *1992…$ 1,194,600,000 1991…$ 1,385,900,000 * one week less
After the Easter vacation, the European box office came back to earth with a gentle bump last week. Among the handful of major releases, "Accidental Hero" ("Hero") was jaunty in London, "Sommersby"…
NBC hopes to burn up the ratings track next fall with Paramount Network TV's "Viper," a high-tech action series originally developed at CBS, which ultimately passed on the project.